Loft 523 New Orleans
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... and vendors too. We got to see the cemetery, walk around the famous neighborhood of French Quarter, and the Garden District.
We met this wonderful older gal who is actually a local from New Orleans. She told us that French Quarters is her favorite place to be because she loves the history behind it, and I don't blame her. It is the oldest city in New Orleans. After ...
It's very hard to get out of bed this morning as we have been going and going and going since we arrived. We don't go down for breakfast till 9am and even then I am feeling like a zombie. Breakfast is an interesting affair. There are some things very different in America and food is one of those things. They have grits, which I think is kind of like porridge, only made from corn. But here they are flavoured with cheese or salty things...strange. They also have grape ...
... I sat down to try to get a visa online while Mom went back to the counter to change her flight . The other ticket agent ,Monica, took the time to help Mom get her visa. Which she did so then we were back on and able to board , Happy Tears!!! Then she was taken thru security where we said our goodbyes and sent her on her way to Dallas.
Her flight from New Orleans to Dallas was ...
... of the French Quarter. Though it was barely 5:30, the streets were heaving with people already partying, and music was blaring from the many bars we walked past. There were people falling over everywhere and people dressed up in beads, despite the fact it wasn’t Mardi Gras anymore. We made our way up Bourbon Street, avoiding the crowds of revellers and the suspicious looking puddles on the floor, and ended up at the St. Louis Cathedral. Here there were still ...
... The history of the house is quite interesting. Briefly, the original owner and builder lived in the house with his wife who entertained frequently but who also returned to New Orleans for months at a time to enjoy city life. Her husband's letters to her during those absences have all been kept and it's obvious he missed her and the children. Not only that, his health was deteriorating, which he told his wife but she didn't appreciate the seriousness of the ...